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[* black] Insert wisdom hereBefore placing the boot back on the spark plug, spread a layer of dielectric grease on the opening of the boot. This will keep moisture and corrosion away from the spark plug, as well as make the boot easier to remove in the future.
[* black] Place the boot over the plug and push it down until it snaps into place.
[* black] Repeat this procedure for the other three spark plugs, and you're done!
[* icon_note] After installing your new spark plugs, compare the old ones to a [http://www.bikebandit.com/assets/digital_assets/How-to-Read-a-Spark-Plug.gif|spark plug wear chart] to determine if there are any issues with the way your engine is running. A similar chart can be found in the back of all Haynes repair manuals
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[* black] Insert wisdom hereBefore placing the boot back on the spark plug, spread a layer of dielectric grease on the opening of the boot. This will keep moisture and corrosion away from the spark plug, as well as make the boot easier to remove in the future.
[* black] Place the boot over the plug and push it down until it snaps into place.
[* black] Repeat this procedure for the other three spark plugs, and you're done!
[* icon_note] After installing your new spark plugs, compare the old ones to a [http://www.bikebandit.com/assets/digital_assets/How-to-Read-a-Spark-Plug.gif|spark plug wear chart] to determine if there are any issues with the way your engine is running. A similar chart can be found in the back of all Haynes repair manuals
.